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Hotel Indigo
142 Minories
Tower Hill
London

EC3N 1LS | View map

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Hotel Indigo London – Tower Hill is an upscale boutique hotel that delivers a refreshingly and inviting guest experience that is truly reflective of the local community. The hotel is located in the heart of the Square Mile; within walking distance of Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Hotel Indigo London- Tower Hill is situated in the heart of London’s Financial District which is not only a tourist hub, but also home to many business headquarters.

This boutique hotel has excellent transport links – easily accessible to Tower Gateway (on the DLR), Tower Hill and Aldgate underground plus mainline stations – Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street are all within easy reach. Preferred equally by business executives and leisure guests, the Hotel Indigo London-Tower Hill is close to Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Catherdral, Bank of England and Museum and the Globe Theatre. Also, with a choice of transport links on the hotel’s doorstep, guests are only minutes away from the O2 Arena, ExCel Exhibition Centre, Canary Wharf and London City Airport is only 6 miles from the hotel.

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